Barbados 285 and 372 beat Trinidad & Tobago 265 and 146 by 246 runs
Champions Barbados completed their seventh straight victory, crushing Trinidad & Tobago by 246 runs at Pointe-a-Pierre. T&T, 60 for 4 overnight, subsided for 146 on the final day, with only Gibran Mohammed, their wicketkeeper, holding Barbados up for long with an undefeated 39. Daren Ganga, the T&T captain, didn't add to his overnight 16 before falling lbw to Fidel Edwards, and Edwards ended some last-wicket fun from Marlon Black, who clubbed 16, by having him caught behind to finish with 4 for 48.
Close 3rd day Leeward Islands 190 and 76 for 1 need another 329 runs to beat Jamaica 200 and 394 for 3 (Gayle 219, Lambert 60*)
Chris Gayle clattered 219 at St. Elizabeth and Jamaica raced to 394 for 3 at almost four runs per over. Maurice Kepple and Tamar Lambert helped themselves to half-centuries and Leeward Islands were set 405 for victory. They began their chase solidly, and were 76 for 1 at stumps with Wilden Cornwall unbeaten on 42.
Close 3rd day Kenya 139 (Patel 59, M Nagamootoo 5-45) and 172 for 7 (K Otieno 70) trail Guyana 444 by 131 runs
Kenya found themselves in a deep hole at Georgetown, as they crumbled to 172 for 7 after being asked to follow-on. They had collapsed in the first innings too, in the face of some fine legspin by Mahendra Nagamootoo. Beginning the third day 104 for 5, the Kenyan lower order didn't offer any resistance. None of the last five batsmen reached double figures and Kenya followed on, still 305 runs in arrears. Kennedy Otieno anchored the innings with a fine 70 and Hitesh Modi chipped in with 44. But the rest didn't improve on their first-innings efforts with Neil McGarrell, the left-arm spinner, snaring three wickets. Nagamootoo finished with 2 for 37 and only the final rites remained at the close of play.
Close 3rd day West Indies B 197 and 175 for 6 (Richards 59) trail Windward Islands 427 (Smith 154, Sammy 61) by 55 runs
Windward Islands were in a comfortable position at Grenada, as West Indies B were battling for survival. Having secured a 230-run lead, Windward Islands consolidated their position by reducing their opponents to 175 for 6 at stumps on the third day. Fernix Thomas (3 for 19) and Darren Sammy (2 for 31), the two opening bowlers, took all five wickets between them, as only Austin Richards passed the 25-run mark. All the other batsmen managed starts, but couldn't kick on to a big score. Earlier in the day, Sammy had impressed with the bat with his 61 proving vital in propping up the Windward Island's total. He got good support from Rawl Lewis (45) and Lindon James (36). Kenroy Williams was the most successful of the West Indies B bowlers and finished with 3 for 86.